2011 Kia Soul Review Summaries

What reviewers liked most about the Kia Soul

  • It's the rear seat that is truly impressive, though, with what feels like more legroom than should be available in a car with a 100-inch wheelbase.

    - Canadian Driver
  • The 2825-pound Soul is built on a modified Kia Rio subcompact platform. Its 100.4-inch wheelbase pays real roominess dividends in the back seat, with six-footers having enough headroom to place a fist between their scalps and the headliner. From a comfort standpoint, this little vehicle is a winner.

    - Car and Driver
  • There's ambition aplenty in here, including a vivid red over black trim combo, a gearknob that looks like a lottery Thunderball, and the option of pulsing door-mounted speakers, whose intensity is controlled by a switch near the steering column.

    - TopGear

What reviewers liked least about the Kia Soul

  • Unsurprisingly, while Kia says the Soul is an urban crossover, it also claims to have invented, wait for it, a new 'sub-segment'.

    - TopGear

Best one-liner about the Kia Soul

  • Scion faces competition from ... Kia?

    - Car and Driver
  • Dreariness is not a charge you could level at the Kia.

    - TopGear

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